Could be. Yesterday, a federal grand jury indicted the Baltimore City State’s Attorney on several fraud charges. The indictment alleges that Marilyn Mosby made a fraudulent Covid hardship withdrawal from her city retirement account, made a fraudulent mortgage application for a vacation home in Florida, and committed perjury in the process.
Mosby has previously attained national notoriety for her malicious prosecution of six police officers in the Freddie Gray case and for her asking the FCC to take action against Baltimore Fox TV affiliate WBFF because the station was reporting truthfully about the operation of the State’s Attorney’s Office.
Why is the DoJ going after a progressive, blue city prosecutor? Right now? Is it the Covid fraud angle?
Brett Kimberlin thought that he could use discovery in his LOLsuits to dig up dirt on his perceived enemies. His plan backfired when the opposing parties used discovery to go after him. The TKPOTD for four years ago today dealt with one of the Kimberlins’ attempts to weasel out of discovery in order to avoid being caught in lies and forgery.
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When Brett Kimberlin handed me his deficient answers to my requests for production of documents during his contempt hearing in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit on the 17th, he also delivered Tetyana Kimberlin’s answers to the interrogatories I propounded to her back in February. Her answers were also deficient, so I filed this motion last Monday.
The boilerplate statement about no comment till the court rules applies to this motion as well.
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The signature on the motion to seal mentioned in Interrogatory 8 which is alleged to be Tetyana Kimberlin’s does not match her signatures on other documents she is known to have signed. The signature shows characteristics of being made by a left-handed person. Tetyana Kimberlin is right-handed. Brett Kimberlin is left-handed.
Brett Kimberlin’s shrinking web presence over the past few months reminded me of the TKPOTD from one year ago today.
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To borrow some words from a song from the ’60s,
There’s something happening here
What it is ain’t exactly clear
I was checking out the Justice Through Music Project website, and I noticed that the DONATE buttons were gone. That struck me as odd. I went over to the Protect Our Elections website, and it’s donate page was still up and functional. It also still had the claim that the donation was being made to a 501(c)(3) entity and was tax deductible. Protect Our Elections/EMPR has never been recognized as a 501(c)(3) charity by the IRS. Until recently, it was recognized as a 505(c)(4) not-for-profit, but its status was revoked for failure to file the required paperwork for over three years. In any case, (c)(4) organizations don’t pay taxes, but donations to them are not tax exempt, so they claim that donations to POE/EMPR are deductible is simply wrong.
It becoming apparent that Kimberlin isn’t paying the same attention to his not-for-profits as he used to. It’s almost as if something else is distracting him.
BTW, when The
Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin sued me and my codefendants in the Kimberlin v. National Bloggers Club, et all. (I) RICO Madness LOLsuit, he accused us of operating a false 505(c)(3) as a scam.
Can you say “projection”?
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The only operating DONATE button left on any of the surviving Kimberlin-related websites is at itstime2020 dot org. Even given the site’s recent upward surge to a world site popular rating of 12,465,001, it’s probably safe to assume that the site’s legitimate donations have failed to cover the costs related to the site.
… everything you say may be used against you.
One might presume that Christopher L. Eisgruber, the President of Princeton University, would be aware of the Fifth Amendment to the U. S. Constitution. After all, he has a law degree from the University of Chicago. It must be that wokeness overcame his legal training when he sent a letter admitting that Princeton engaged in “systemic racism” that injures “people of color.”
The U. S. Department of Education has responded with an investigation of Princeton, including whether the school defrauded the government when it made claims that it did not engage in racial discrimination in order to receive federal grant money.
Everything is proceeding as I have foreseen.